Monday, November 07, 2005

Vampires in Aruba: Arlene Schippers bitten by Dracula

Arlene Schippers revealed her neck wounds tonight. She accused the U.S. of blackmail and a boycott as beneath a democracy. She claims Aruba is our ally and supporting Paulus van der sloot's view that the legal system is first come first serve.

Ms. Schippers didn't mention how the legal system is working for her ally and how it's working for an Aruba resident. She's been bitten by Dracula

What do you call Dennis Jacobs shakedown of Dave Holloway?

She again said that Aruba has done nothing wrong. Is that the same as doing nothing?

She's lecturing the U.S. on the democratic process? This is our government reacting to it's people. You're not responsible because you don't want to be. Trapenpurg enraged the U.S. by his blandness, Ms. Schippers is the opposite. She came off as part of the van der sloot defense team. Her fangs are showing.

Where were the politicians playing their politics for the past 5 months? Another wasted opportunity. She went on to use the words "our system" and the finale came when she thinks U.S. citizens should educate themselves. Do you mean like Paulus?

So Arlene, we will require only MBA's and those with law degrees to travel to Aruba. Don't you realize the boycott's already begun?

Schippers says there is a "seperation of powers." No separation when government officials confirmed Natalee's death and that there was blood found in Deepak's car. Where was the separation then?

How can a justice system work when corruption and favoritism use the system to free the guilty?

Jan van der straaten, Paulus van der sloot and Dennis Jacobs. Ms. Schipper did not address the letter Beth sent to the Attorney General. She did not attempt to even respond to any of the allegations and she is lecturing us on democracy?

Ms. Schippers seems to think the U.S. is giving special treatment to this case but ignores the special treatment Aruba is giving Joran van der sloot. She did not want to address the first days or the security guards.

This is the same women who when asked on the Greta Show about believing the boys lie and not the black security guards, she said, "we don't like to talk about that."

Every time an Aruban spokesperson opens their mouth they make Momma Kalpoe sound prescient. "Everybody lies."

Dracula van der sloot cannot look himself in the mirror. Uncomfortable in the sunlight, he has blood on his hands.

It's coming November 11th. Decision Day for the new Transylvania.

The Chief of Police and the Chief prosecutor have stated that Paulus van der sloot remains a suspect in the case of Natalee Holloway.

van der sloot has more lawyers representing him than Natalee does. Keep Paulus in the shadows out of the sunlight.

A guy who filed a motion to prevent the FBI's involvement. Afraid of their silver bullets Paulus?

But it doesn't matter in the world of Paulus van der sloot. His status will be defined by the courts only. He will press the court system to define him.

That a man, Dave Holloway was organizing a search in the ocean for his daughter, who was last seen with Paulus' son and "dropped at the beach" doesn't matter. That there is no corroborated timeline for Joran or Paulus on the night Natalee disappeared doesn't matter.

The court will put more pressure on the black hole Dennis Jacobs to find reason for suspicion. The Prime Minister will again state concern but remind us of his tied hands.

An endless circle of unaccountability, the freak show that is Aruba. A place where truth is subjective.

Reporter (Twan Huys): Do you know the people very well, for example, the people here from the public prosecutors' office that ordered your detention?

Paulus van der Sloot: Yes, for sure, because, before that, I have worked for eight years as chief of the cabinet of the prosecutor general [2].

Reporter (Twan Huys): So, you also know the current prosecutor general?

Paulus van der Sloot: Yes.

Reporter (Twan Huys): Mrs. Croes.

Paulus van der Sloot: Yes.

Reporter (Twan Huys): Yes, and what does that mean when your colleagues stop by to arrest you?

Paulus van der Sloot: That gives a feeling of absurdity. It is indeed almost unimaginable that by someone you actually know very well, where you worked together with for a long time, that that one comes to tell you that you are suspected of complicity to murder.

Reporter (Twan Huys): Who was that in your case?

Paulus van der Sloot: That was, in this case, that was the leader of the team of police commissioners.

Dracula must have convinced his colleagues how absurd it was. He also had help making sure the courts/friends, would be convinced.

But what would prompt one of your co-workers to come and tell you that you were complicit in a murder? How did they know it was a murder?

The van der sloots have bitten the neck of each Aruban.

This could all be avoided, could have been solved in a day. Still, with opportunities almost weekly, Aruba is out of control.

Pick up the phone Ms. Jannsen, call Beth Holloway and apologize and then resign. It would be a dignified and productive gesture.